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1998 subaru rs ej20k swapped with some issues


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#1 alter

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Posted 15 March 2014 - 08:46 PM

Hi everyone, i'm new to the board and figured I would start off with my build.

 

http://imgur.com/a/Kfqh1 <-- album of my car with all the cosmetic issues

 

http://imgur.com/a/lH0BO#0 - beginning of my swap

 

More details can be found here. http://www.rs25.com/...rs-project.html

 

The car runs and what not but got a few bugs as all swaps do. My current issue is my gauges.  They are off by quite a bit and I can't figure out why so i'm going all over the internet to see if anyone else has ever had this issue to save myself some time. (i'm in wisconsin and it is still not warm out or dry enough with all the snow melt)

 

Here is a video that pretty much sums it up. 

Please if anyone has any ideas hit me up!

 

 






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